Here are some healthy and easy lunch ideas for your teens to change things up from the typical PB&J. Prepare for empty containers because these are a hit!
Browse our recent posts and archives for recipes, tips, and resources to help you cut out processed food! Don’t miss our original 100 Days of Real Food pledge blog series, our 100 Days of Real Food on a Budget pledge series, and our videos.
Here are 5 things to know about Blue Apron and a deal for the first 50 to sign up. If you've been on the fence, this is a great time to take the plunge!
This Chicken and Wild Mushroom Skillet was fabulous paired with creamy polenta. Just add a simple green salad on the side, and your healthy dinner is done!
There are plenty of reasons to pack your lunch, a few of which being, more control over what you're eating, more time, more money, and more variety.
In this post, learn about food sensitivity symptoms and how to deal with them, and get our allergy-friendly (dairy-free) Creamy Potato Soup recipe.
I’m super excited to announce that we’re once again offering our Real Lunches, Real Easy Packed Lunch Meal Plans! Kiran has been hard at work on a new version for 2018 that I know you’ll love. It’s geared towards the larger appetites of teens, tweens, and even adults. But, due to contractual agreements with my publisher, we’re only able to …
In our final installment of the reader food diary series, Mary Beth shares her food diary with us over the course of 7 days as well as her grocery spend!
This easy one-dish meal features the flavors of tamales in the simplicity of a pie. It will definitely be making another appearance at our house! Try it!
In this Red Lentil Coconut Curry recipe the creamy, flavorful lentils are studded with spinach. Topped with brown rice, it's a filling & inexpensive dinner.
Read this post to find out exactly what you need to do if you want to have a Make Your Own Pizza Night at your house - it's sure to be a crowd pleaser!
Our reader Lindsay shares with us her food diary for an entire week as well as how much she spends on groceries for her family of 5.
I'm excited to share our newfound recipe for Chicken Curry Bowls inspired by my 5th grader! To try this delicious, easy, one-pan recipe keep reading.
Meet Cynthia and read all about her 1-week food diary. She also shares with us how much she spent on groceries for her family of 6.
When you think of healthy, organic options do you think of Walmart? We want to share with you 20 real food finds. The prices will make you do a double take.
This Shrimp Pad Thai recipe is a simple one-dish dinner with amazing fresh flavors that include green onion, cilantro, lime juice, and garlic.
This was an interesting week to document for the reader food diary series. I've had a major diet change -adding in a food that I haven't eaten in 5 years!
I developed an easy fondue recipe that my kids love! It's so much fun to gather around and share, especially with healthy dippers like roasted veggies.
Introducing the third post in our Reader Diaries Contest series. Meet Britt, hear what she ate for an entire week and how much she spent on groceries.
Here are 14 products you can buy on the Thrive Market website for less money than you'd spend in the grocery store. Give it a try!
No pre-cooking? No chopping? You know you want to make this easy-peasy slow cooker green salsa chicken for your family tonight! (Double it for leftovers!)
Introducing the second post in our Reader Diaries Contest series. Meet Kendra, hear what she ate for an entire week and how much she spent on groceries.
Make a double batch of these easy breakfast burritos. They are delicious no matter what time of day, and freezer-friendly to boot. WooHoo!
I'm trying to be more mindful with many aspects of my life. Learn more about my journey (including how much I spent on groceries!) in my Reader Diary post.
Resolving to be healthier in 2018? Switch to clean, great-tasting Primo® water. It’s filtered to remove pollutants that even the popular-brand filters miss.
Our Week with the Leakes series concludes highlighting real food dinners and treats. You'll see-- living a real food lifestyle doesn't mean deprivation!
In part two of our series, we share what our real food lunches looked like for an entire week. Stay tuned to "A Week with the Leakes" for dinner and treats!
Ever wonder what we (the Leakes) eat for an entire week? Join us for this fun blog series starting with a snapshot of real food breakfast and snacks.
We've compiled a list of our Top 10 Posts from 2017. Recipes, helpful tips and even our Tiny House Kitchen made the cut. Is your favorite featured?
Registration for the Real Food Mini-Pledge Program is currently closed. Grab your spot on the waiting list for the next round! Last chance to register ends in: I am so excited to once again invite you to cut out processed food with us! We’re offering three January start dates for our Real Food Mini-Pledge Program …
Looking for some fun ways to celebrate New Year's Eve? I have some great tips to create a successful party for kids and adults!
I tried my bolognese sauce recipe in the new Express Crock Programmable Multi-Cooker to see if I could save time and create fewer dirty dishes.
Meatless Monday meets Taco Tuesday with this delicious recipe for cauliflower tacos. Even your biggest meat-lover won't miss a thing!
Watch me transform oatmeal creme pies from a processed boxed cookie into a tasty homemade version with reduced sugar! I know you'll enjoy this treat.
These homemade bath bombs make great DIY gifts but will be so tempting to keep all to yourself! Breathe in the natural essential oil scents and relax!
This simple balsamic white bean dip was a huge hit at our team potluck this year. Easy to make in your food processor and allergy-friendly! Win, win!
If you're looking for a way to shake up a weeknight dinner with some different and bold flavors then this is it! My salmon curry recipe is easy and d'lish.